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How to Do Gigi Hadid’s Skincare Routine

How she gets her dry skin hydrated and glowy.
Gigi Hadid skincare routine

“I’ve always really gone for drugstore skincare,” says Gigi Hadid. “I mean, pregnancy I feel like is different, and I really wanted something clean for that. But before that, I really just wanted good products, and I don’t always think that you have to pay a lot for that.“[1] 

In the past, she famously swore by St. Ives Apricot Scrub (“I used it ’til pretty recently, actually”). And despite being one of the world’s highest-paid models, she still uses a drugstore cleanser and toothpaste as spot treatment to this day. 

In fact, Gigi’s routine is so low-key, she even eschews professional facials in favour of doing her own extractions at home. “I hate facials, like I’m so scared of them. I just don’t want someone touching my face, I get claustrophobic.”[2]

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She’s definitely got the most low-maintenance celebrity skincare routine that we’ve looked at to date! Of course, it helps that she has naturally dry skin, with no trace of visible pores. And she rarely breaks out, except during fashion week. 

Here’s Gigi’s full regimen, plus how she gets her signature sun-kissed glow.

Gigi Hadid’s Skincare Routine (At a Glance)

Her Morning Skincare Routine

Oliveda F12 Hydrating Cleansing Milk
Dr. Jart Ceramidin Cream
Odacite Mo P Moringa-Petitgrain Serum Concentrate
Lanolips 101 Ointment Multi-Balm Strawberry
Epicuren Discovery Protein Mist Enzyme Toner

Her Nighttime Skincare Routine

Garnier SkinActive Micellar Makeup Removing Towelettes
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser
Crest Complete Whitening Plus Cinnamon Expressions Toothpaste

Her Skincare Treatments

At-Home Extractions

“So during fashion week I think is when my skin gets the most irritated, because I wear makeup the most during fashion week. It’s literally every day, all day, multiple makeup looks, multiple hands. They take the same makeup brush all the way down the line on 30 girls, so it touches a lot of faces. And I feel like that’s when I start to get irritated and spots around my chin, around my nose. Obviously also stress, too, not sleeping probably enough. I do extractions myself. I’ve never really had a facialist. I don’t know, I’d rather do it to myself and learn how to do it gently.”

Her Diet, Exercise and Lifestyle

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